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Escaped Ukrainian DRG paramedic speaks out on first minutes of Lubechan attack

Photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Russia

A paramedic from the Bryansk region spoke about the first minutes of the Lubechan attack. The woman was able to escape from the Ukrainian sabotage group.

A local resident who works as a paramedic told Mash that soldiers in balaclavas stopped cars along the road and forced people out. Then they removed the phones, tied the men’s hands with tape and sat them on a bench at the bus stop.

A witness to the events reported that the saboteurs spoke Ukrainian, and near the stop they scattered petals of antipersonnel mines. She also said that after the explosions, the military fled into the forest towards Ukraine and the hostages were able to escape.

She also confirmed that the driver of one of the vehicles taking the children to the school bus died from the gunshots. A 10-year-old boy was also injured. He helped two other schoolgirls hide in the woods, then hitchhiked with them to a safe distance. Now he is in the hospital.

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